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What: Mo-e Mangsho Festival

Where: Koshe Kosha, 62 Ballygunge Gardens, Golpark

When: December 1-31 (11am to 11pm)

On the menu: The restaurant is paying homage to the legacy of mutton in Bengal’s kitchens with a spread offering 10 delicacies.

You can begin with their Sada or Lal Keema to go with plain roti or baked paratha. Those who like greens on their platter can opt for Palong Mangsho. Try the Dhakai Mangsho or Malai Mangsho if you like your mutton in rich gravy.

Chholar Dal Mangsho, a variant of the age-old keema in chholar dal (chana dal), can be had with plain rice.

Ask for a bowl of Basanti Pulao to dig into a plate of Gondhoraj Mangsho or Radhuni Mangsho.

If you want to play safe, stick to their traditional Kosha Mangsho or Kochi Pathar Jhol.

Pamper your sweet tooth with a yummy Daab Ice Cream, Natungurer Baked Sandesh and Rosogolla.

Pocket pinch: A meal for two comes for Rs 350 (plus taxes) onwards.